Excel now allows you to personalize the default layout for your PivotTables

PivotTables are a great way to summarize, analyze, explore, and present your data, and you can create them with just a few clicks. With this month’s update, Microsoft is bringing the ability to personalize the default layout for your PivotTables in Excel. This new feature will allow users to personalize the PivotTable defaults and allow them to quickly get started with their favorite PivotTable layout. Microsoft now also allows you to import a layout from a PivotTable already in your workbook and customize the layout.

This feature is now available for Office 365 subscribers running Excel 2016 on Windows.

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